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Poster: cosmico Date: Mar 1, 2010 9:32pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

You found a 78? Wow...my dad had a rather large collection due to his having worked in a record store just before he went off to WWII. (He did mention meeting Raymond Scott once.) Unfortunately, most of his 78s were given away many years ago, but I still have a small stack of them that he made himself on his old 78 Recordio record-cutting machine.

As for MPEG-2, I don't care as much anymore since I use Roxio Creator and can convert or burn just about any file format. More often I just save the media files to an external hard drive anyway.

Re: antique shops, I need to visit a few in my area and see if I can find one of those old Kodak 8mm Brownie movie cameras they advertise on Ozzie & Harriet. Not to use but more as a bookshelf decoration.


This post was modified by cosmico on 2010-03-02 05:32:18

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffThe_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Mar 1, 2010 9:34pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

I have around 20 or so 78RPMs, which isn't bad for a 19-year-old Australia. I see them occasionally at the charity-shops and at the local Antique shop. (the antique shop is about a 12 minute or so walk from where I live. See, I live in a Tourist-trap forrested mountain, which does have some benefits).

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Poster: cosmico Date: Mar 1, 2010 9:55pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

Yay, Coke Time! Gonna watch it tonight.

Maybe I'm developing ADHD or something, but 15-minute and 30-minute shows are my favorites to watch these days.

Thanks again!

http://www.archive.org/details/cokeTimeWithEddieFisher-20thJanuary1955EpisodeWithWinterTheme



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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffThe_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Mar 1, 2010 9:59pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

I hope you like it, as I said, it took me over 3 hours to upload because of Australia's infamously bad Internet services.

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Poster: cosmico Date: Mar 1, 2010 10:02pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

I like most anything from the 1950s...except for Queen for a Day, which my grandmother watched and I couldn't stand.

BTW, I just mail-ordered vol 4 of Meet Corliss Archer, since Amazon doesn't seem to want to carry it. I'll let you know what's on it when it arrives.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffThe_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Mar 1, 2010 10:17pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

Cool, I'd really like to know the running times for the episodes. For a syndicated show of the 1950s, I'd accept 23 to 24 minutes. 22 Minutes is pushing it, 21 is dangerous, 20 minutes means that either that somebody edited it or the FCC forgot to watch TV for 4 weeks (remember, it's a sitcom, not a cheap game show), 19 or less would make it Alpha's worse release ever. Volume 1 to 3 are very good as far running times are concerned, though.

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Poster: cosmico Date: Mar 1, 2010 10:22pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Is it OK to upload the 20th January 1955 episode of 'Coke Time'

Will let you know. We have vols. 1-3 and love the show, a very unique and fun 50s sitcom. I've considered ordering that other set from another distributor which appears to have nearly the whole series, but it's just too expensive for me at almost $40 US.

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